The Pakistani people have a lot of reason to distrust the “LOVE Malala!” story many of which I have covered here on American Everyman since the whole thing began.
For awhile I was getting a lot of traffic from Pakistan. People were coming here thanking me for covering it the way I did and telling me many Pakistani people were having a hard time buying into it all. That is, they were till the Pakistani government blocked my website nationwide.
But while the empty noggins over at the Daily Show oooo and aaaaa over the performance she and Jon gave the other night, the people of Pakistan know something is amiss in the story and they rightly suspect it was fabricated to serve a purpose.
“For many of her compatriots, Malala Yousafzai is a stooge of the United States and a CIA agent, a symbol of the West’s evils and a global conspiracy to bring down her native Pakistan.”
“Social media sites are brimming with insulting messages. “We hate Malala Yousafzai, a CIA agent,” says one Facebook page.” Reuters
The government of Pakistan, not really a favorite of the U.S., cut a deal with the Taliban to allow them to control the SWAT valley a while ago. Certain “business minded” individuals didn’t like that arraignment and so they got the military to forge their own little war on the Taliban back then. The for profit school Malala’s daddy ran, was actually ransacked by the Pakistani military who destroyed a lot of schools back then during the fighting to retake SWAT.
Reuters gets part of the story correct:
“The picturesque valley was overran by the Taliban, who imposed strict Islamic laws and kept its people in fear, in 2007. It is now controlled by the Pakistani army. Mingora, a dusty town of windy roads surrounded by jagged hills, is festooned with billboards reading “Long live the Pakistan Army!” Reuters
The fact is, many Pakistanis would rather live under the rule of the Taliban than the corrupt brutal Pakistani military and with good reason.
The ISI, Pakistan’s CIA, is practically owned by MI6 and the CIA. Their brutality is legendary.
Little Malala can’t go back to Pakistan. She’s unwelcome there. Even in her old school, far from the Taliban, they rarely mention her name. And that is because many Pakistanis know she is just a tool of our imperialist agenda in their country. While little American girls practically play with Malala dolls or write stories for competitions about how the STORY of Malala changed their lives, little girls in Pakistan know the truth is something very different for them.
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